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I BARRY WAR CHARITIES' I SPLENDID CONCERT. MR. CHARLES TREE AT THE TOP OF HIS FORM. The Barry War Charities' Commit- tee deserve to be congratulated upon the excellent manner in which they or- ganised last Sunday evening's con- cert, at the Theatre Royal, Barry, which proved a rich musical treat, and, we hope, a big financial benefit. Several items in the programme were contributed by the Barry Orchestral Society, conducted by Mr. W. T. Llewellyn, and accompanied by Mr. Frank Llewellyn. The Orchestra ren- dered the march, The Entry of the Gladiator," with charming effect; and other signal successes were the Gabrielle Suite," Morning, Noon and Night," and the National Em- blem," which were loudly applauded. Madame Fanny Shibko, contralto (Cardiff), was more than pleasing in her rendering of The Glory of the Sea," and My Ships," being en- cored on both occasions. The visit of Mr. Charles Tree, the well-known baritone, who was at the top of his great reputation, was a special attrac- tion, and he was enthusiastically greeted. In response to an uproar of encores, he sang Until," with all r the beauty of richness of tone and power of pathos that moved his au- dience, who had a few minutes pre- viously been convulsed with his comic- song, The Song of the Flea." The After Years and The Cherry Tree Dance," by Mr. Charles Tree, again gripped, and he was re- called twice, singing a negro song, and then a new composition, The Company Sergeant-major/' He again delighted his audience with the render- ing of I'm thinkin' and his en- core, Down Here." During the interval, in response to an appeal by Mr. Charles Tree, sup- ported by Mr. W. Graham, J.P., the chairman of the Barry War Charities' Committee, a collection was made on behalf of the local boys who were pri- soners of war in Germany. The hon. secretaries were Mr. T. H. Hill and Mr. T. McGowan Hole, who .per- formed their many duties connected with the concert most efficiently.
(SHORTAGE OF LEATHER FOR CIVILIAN PURPOSES. Notwithstanding the fact that the Government authorities are holding in reserve a large quantity of leather for direct war purposes, the issue of war- boots to the public came into opera- tion this week, but it is felt that the quantities available for civilian use will be very limited, and inasmuch as the supply of material to manufacture is limited, there will for some time be a great scarcity of footwear.
RHEUMATISM, I KIDNEY TROUBLE. FREE TREATMENT. Rheumatism is due to uric acid, which is also the cause of backache, lumbago, sciatica, gout, urinary trouble, stone, gravel, dropsy. To prove Estora Tablets, a specific based on modern medical science, are the successful treatment, one full box of forty tablets will be sent to readers of the Barry Dock News on receipt of this notice and 3d. in stamps to cover postage, packing, etc. Estora Tablets—an honest remedy at an honest price, 1/3 per box of 40 tablets, or six boxes for 6/9. All Chemists. For full box sample address Estora Co., 132, Charing Cross-road, Lon- don, W.C. 2. ESTORA TABLETS.
BARRY POLICE COURT. FRIDAY. Before Dr. Howell Rees and Mr. i T. E. Morel. REFUSED TO TAKE ON PILOT. iTheophile le Prerot, master of a French steamer, was charged with re- fusing to take a licensed pilot on board his vessel whilst in the Bristol Channel. Thomas Beere, a Cardiff pilot, master of the steam pilot cutter, said that on November 23rd, off the Nash, they boarded several steamers, but did not see defendant's vessel at all. She must have passed up without a pilot. Superintendent D. G. Morris said the Pilotage Board were practically the prosecutors, and there was another witness who had not ap- j pea red. The Clerk (Mr. J. W. Morris): At; the last hearing the captain said he did not see a pilot. The case was dismissed. CAPTAIN ROBBED IN HIS I CABIN. Edward Rowlands was brought up on remand charged with stealing five j51 Treasury notes, 2 franc notes, and a gold chain, value altogether £10. Mr. Geo. F. Willett, solicitor, Car- diff, defended. Herbert Poulson, master of the steamship Vera, said that on the 16th of February his ship was lying at ,,I ? in hrs Penarth Dock. Witness was in hrs cabin asleep, and was awakened at three a.m. by a noise. He shouted, but got no reply. He got up, run on deck, thence on the quay, but he could not run far with bare feet, and therefore gave the alarm, and a rail- wayman who was passing took up the chase of two men whom he saw Cleave the cabin. Witness went on shore again, and as both of the men denied being the thief he hung on to both," and they were taken to the military guard-room. Prisoner asked to be released, and when refused, he coolly handed back the money, "which meant," added witness, "that if he had been released he would have taken the money." George Jones, of Penarth, a rail- wayman, said that before he closed with prisoner the latter said What do you wAnt ? If you come near me I will blow your brains out." P.C. Birch proved arrest. Air. Willett said that prisoner was a deserter, and asked that he be allowed to re-join and go to the Front. Superintendent Morris said defend- ant was a notorious ship thief, and was one of a gang of South Wales port pests. Dr. Howell Rees, in sentencing ac- cused to four months' imprisonment, said that if this was prisoner's first offence,, Mr. Willett's suggestion might have been considered, but there were fifteen previous convictions against him. NO RED LIGHTS. I For riding a bicycle without a red rear light, Walter Wakeham was fined 2/6; whilst a similar charge against William Phillips in respect of a wagon was adjourned for a week. FRENCH GUNNERS' PAY. Alfred Mallet and Henri Lemesle were brought up on remand charged with stealing fifteen oranges. Evidence was given that defendants got into a wagon at Penarth Dok, and abstracted the oranges. The French Consul at Cardiff said the men were gunners on merchant ships, and were only getting 6/- a month. They had no evil intent. Cautioned and discharged. COSTLY DRINK. Archie Ramsey, for being drunk and disorderly, forfeited a deposit of 10/ ALIEN OFFENDERS. For offences against the Aliens' Order, fines of S2 were imposed on Andreas Nagnusson, Haken Neilson, Chow Pow, Kojue Imura, Abe Kogire, and Constantine Arthena- sious. IN THE JUVENILE COURT. I In the Juvenile Court Leonard Hayes, a milk boy, was charged with driving a cart without a red lamp at the rear. Defendant said he expected to be in before dark, but was delayed. Fined 2/6. Augustus White, similarly charged. was also fined 2/6. For riding a bicycle without rear I light, Frank Jones was dealt with in like manner. SERIOUS OFFENCE BY CADOX- TON BOYS. Douglas Llewellyn Rees and Ivor George Morgan were charged with breaking and entering Weston Hill Congregational Chapel, Cadoxton, and stealing crockery and a silver- plated christening bowl. Mrs. Newton, of Charlotte-place, the caretaker of the chapel, said on the previous Tuesday she found one of the windows broken. The lamps each side of the pulpit had been smashed, the cupboard ransacked, and some crockery and silver-plated christening bowl were missing. James E. Tallboy, upholsterer, 217, Holton-road, Barry Docks, said that Morgan came to the shop, and asked if he "could buy that from his mother, as she wanted money for bread." Witness asked him who he was, and he said he lived at 8, Beatrice-road, and his name was Morgan. Witness told the boy to bring a note. He brought a note, and witness gave 1/6, and told the boy to tell his mother to come in the morning. Rees Williams, the secretary of the church, said the goods were of the value of 30/. P.S. David Phillips said that Mor- gan took him to Hill-street, where he found the crockery under some curru- gated iron. When charged at Cadox- ton Police Station, Rees said I broke into the chapel, but he (the other boy) sold the cup to Mr. Tall- boy." Morgan said We broke into the chapel, and I sold the cup, and Douglas wrote the note for Mr. Tall- boy. Dr. Rees said that it was a dreadful t thing that boys should steal from a I chapel. People nowadays did not I exercise enough control over their children. The parents would be fined £ 1 each. MONDAY. 'L I Before Mr. J. G. Thomas and Mr. Humphrey Wall is. NO APPRECIATION OF SCHOOL. For habitual neglect in sending their children to school, orders for attendance were issued against William E. Richards, S. Trewick, John James, and Eva Shires. For disobedience of attendance order, Florence Bamon was fined 5/ Robert Overton was cautioned; Jas. John Stacey fined 5/ and Mary E. Gillingham 2/6. MOVING RECORDS: FIVE I TIMES IN A WEEK. Messrs. H. Arnold and Sons, con- j tractors, Barry Docks, were charged with failing to deliver a report of alter- ations or additions in their staff to the Recruiting Officer, and failing to re- vise a statement of employees of 16,? years or over. Capt. F. W. Rees, recruiting officer for the district,, said that on the 10th of January he received form D.R. 17 from defendants, giving the list of em- ployees. Witness wrote to the men mentioned on the form, and the letters were returned through the post. En- quiries were made, and it was found that* some of the men had left the ad- dress as far back as November last, and no certificates of alterations were received. P.C. David Morris gave evidence to visiting defendants' premises, and finding a list without the alterations. On behalf of the defendants, Mr. F. P. Jones Lloyd, solicitor, said that the firm had great difficulty in dealing with the matter, as some of the men removed as many as four or five times in a week, and others refused to give the information required. A fine of £1 on each charge was imposed. ALIENS' OFFENCES. For breach of the Aliens' Order, fines of C2 were inflicted on Johannesi1 Kristensen, Emilio Capello, and Hega Witsankey, the latter being cautioned on a charge of drunk and disorderly. I POLICE CONSTABLE BITTEN. I Edward Clarke, a labourer, was ] charged with being drunk and disor- derly, and assaulting the police. P.C. Jorgensen said that defendant was in Holton-road on Saturday after- noon, and was assaulting his wife. Witness told him to go away, but he refused. Witness took him into cus- tody. -On the way to the Police Sta- tion defendant lay on the ground, and when the constable attempted to pick him up defendant bit him on the hand in three places. Eventually he was taken to the station with the help of another constable. Defendant, who was crying in the I dock, and said he had been in Barry for sixteen years, was fined 40/ or a I month, for the assault, and 10/- for being drunk and disorderly.
KAY'S 'LINSEED COMPOUND' for Couhs, Colds and Bronchial troubles, llid., 1/3, 3/
ANOTHER YOUNG BARRY SAILOR DROWNED. In addition to the. list of young Barry sailors, published in the Barry Dock News last week, who were drowned at sea through enemy action, news has been received that Albert Alfred Doughty (18), only son of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Doughty, 4, Kings- II land-crescent, Barry Docks, has been drowned at sea, also through enemy action, on February 10th. He was a former pupil of Barry County School and Taunton College, -And prior to going to sea was in business with his father as butcher inv Dock View-road, Barry Docks.
I NATIONAL RELIEF. FUND.- Contributions previously acknow- ledged, £ 3,377 lis. 2d. Barry Rail. way Co. (Loco. Dept.), tl5 111' total to date, £3)393 2. 2d.
HOW I CURED CHRONIC | PILES IN LESS THAN A WEEK. I Reader says Nemolin, the antiseptic and powerful healing agent physi- cians so often prescribe for serious > skin diseases, will also produce • immediate relief from torture J- of piles, etc. i- Aside from operations, practically all methods of treating piles depend upon shrinking the swollen tissues with strong astringents, and as piles are primarily a state of blood conges- tion, such temporary expedients are r totally wrong in principle. They may reduce the swelling for a few f hours, but merely render the conges- tion worse than ever, thus storing up future pain and trouble, since delay- ing proper treatment means constant T irritation, sleeplessness, loss of energy and vitality, or even general nervous debility and final breakdown. After I had suffered all the misery of clironilc piles almost constantly for several years, and tried every imaginable ? ointment, suppository, or other treat- ment without benefit, I finallv con- sulted one of our greatest specialists in skin and rectal disorders. My case had become so complex and so far advanced that he feared an opera- I* I I tion mignt De necessary, but first ad- vised me to try the effects of Nemolin for three days. At the end of the three- days I was free of all pain, and obviously well on the road to complete recovery. Within a week all symp- toms of piles had completely dis- appeared. That was nearly a year ago, and they have never returned. I found Nemolin absolutely non- • astringent, non-poisonous, and amaz- • ingly soothing, cooling, and heating.. It stimulates the locaf blood conges- tion, thereby dispersing all conges- tion this being the reason it proves succesful even when everything else fails. Any chemist can supply Nemo- lin at little cost, or easily obtain it if necessary, and every sufferer from piles or hæmorrhoids should try it be- fore submitting to an operation. Operations for piles may often be like pruning a tree. They stop the growth in one spot, but merely to cause more rapid growth in others. In my opinion cutting is seldom necessary unless the disorder is neglected until it reaches an extremelv advanced stacre or causes tumour, etc.- -M. R. N.
ST. JOHN HOSPITAL, BARRY* ISLAND. It has been a red-letter-day in the history of the Hospital," were the words used by Commandant Mrs. J. C. Pardoe, O.B.E., at the St. John Hospital, Barry Island, on Saturday evening last, in proposing a vote of thanks to Mr. and Mrs. W, Rich and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jeffries, who had arranged a series of competitions, pro- vided an excellent concert, and regaled the patients with a substantial tea and refreshments. Mr.. E. J. Petch, circu- lation manager of the Western Mail" and Evening Express," presided, and Mr. J. C. Pardoe distributed the prizes to the various winners., A fine art competition produced some capital entries, the prizes in the ladies' sec- tion being awarded to Nurse lenks. Sister Chester, Nurse E. Withycombe, and Nurse L. Summers. The winners in the gentlemen's section were Pri- vate R. Jewell, Private W. H. Turner, Private W. H. Marchant, and Gun- ner W. North.. Much amusement was caused in a guessing competition, when a small piece of candle was lighted, and prizes given to those who correctly estimated the time it would burn out. The awards were :—Ladies, Sisters Chester, G. Adams, O. Wad- dell, and Miss Gladys Petch gentle- ment, Sergeant Tarbod, Private Stan- iley Bennet, Mr. Will Cotter, and Pri- vate W. Jones. The concert was pro- vided by the following artistes :—Miss Hilda Hollyman (soprano), Will Cot- ter, the. popular baritone, of the Even- ing Express Top-Hole Party, Ted Ed- wards, of- H Muggins fame, whose facial' expression adds to the gaiety of his songs. Lance-corporal Bernbaum and Private Howard, who, as Maurice and Horace Wiggins inx The Lan- cashire, Rambler," produced at the But trills Camp last week, created a sensation as revue artistes, were re- peatedly encored for their comedy duo, "Topics of the Day." Baby Blod*- wen and Little Phoebe gave remark- able exhibitions of statue, buck, and step dancing, and sang A Simple Melody," a rag-time duet, in clever style. Mr. Alec Scott was accompan- ist. Mrs. Pardoe announced that the Barry Island Boys had collected £44 13s. 6d. for the Prisoners of War Fund, and gave prizes to the follow- ing, who topped the list :—Private Reynolds, Private Rawle, Private Hallowes. Mr. Petch announced that the Evening Express Top-Hole Con- cert Party would shortly visit the hos- I nital. Each patient received a hand- kerchief. with a threepenny bit in it, as a memento of the occasion, from Mrs. Jeffries.
i KAY'S DNBEEB COMPOUND' with i warm water is ftu excellent gavgb for Sore IThroat,
1 LOCAL PLACES OF PUBLIC I AMUSEMENT. THEATRE ROYAL, BARRY. The large audiences present at the Theatre Royal, Barry, during the opening evenings of this week were delighted with the principal picture, The -Girl who loved a Soldier." Vesta Tilley, the great male imper- sonator, scored a great success in this film, and her acting was certainly without a flaw. Pathe's Animated Gazette supplied events of topical in- terest, and episode 7 of The Grey Ghost," entitled Caught in the Web," proved to be of a thrilling nature. The comic side of the pro- gramme was well sustained by Cupid's Rival and A Dog- Catcher's Love." This evening (Thursday), and for the remainder of the week, the star film will be Sporting Blood, n a thrilling drama of the turf, featuring i Dorothy Bernard. ió Snatched from Death," episode 10 of the popular, serial Patria," will also be shown, together with Pathe's Animated Gazette. The latest war news will be screened, and Love and Blazes," a ¡ hurricane comedy, will complete the < programme. The great masterpiece, Maud," will head the programme the first three evenings of 'next week. The picture is a film version of the fine drama by Alfred Lord Tennyson. -.I ROM ILLY HALL, BARRY. A tip-top programme was again presented at the Romilly Hall, Barry, during the former portion of this week, when "Holy Orders," Alarie Corelli's famous novel, was depicted. Each night the Hall was filled to its utmost capacity, and the large audi- ences were greatly pleased with the film. This evening (Thursday), and for the remainder of the week Norma Tal- madge will be starred in a five act photoplay, The Social Secretary." This picture is an excellent one, and the acting of Norma Talmadge will undoubtedly be charming. The in- imitable Charlie Chaplin will again be starred in The Adventurer," a film that allows him plenty of scope for his amusing antics. During the former portion of next week a film version of Charles Dickens' great novel » Dombey and Son will be screened. Those who have read Dombey and Son," and they are almost universal, will no doubt look forward to this picture with eager anticipation. The plot of the novel allows of many thrilling situa- tions, and we should all be glad to re- I new our acquaintance with little Paul and Mrs. Pipchin. As there will un- doubtedly be a rush for. seats patrons should attend early to secure good I seats. I I VINT'S PALACE, BARRY DOCKS. There are many kinds of days but the Days at Vint's Palace this week, who are rightly known as the Mar- vellous Days," will require a great deal of beating. They give a mystery performance that has not been equalled in merit by any second sight performers for many years. They call to mind the famous Zan-Zigs of I the bygone days. The difference be- tween the two sets of performers is very slight as regards second sight qualifications. But the Days excel all by the clever showmanship which they display in the presentation of I their act. Our advice is-don't miss seeing the Days. Jona and Milroy, the second act is II also wonderfully smart, and Jona gives an exceedingly funny imaginary talk between a father and a child who has just retired to rest Milroy is a wonderfully good dancer, who does not dance enough. The pictures are The Secret Seven," a Vitagraph drama in three parts; "The Secret of the Sub- marine, episode twelve, and the en- trancing War Pictorial. "Sally Bishop will be screened to-night (Thursday), Friday and Saturday. The famous English Beauty, Peggy Hyland, plays Sally. Next week week, Harry Firth pre- sents his Eight Dainty Maids, an act standing almost on a pinacle of per- fection, and the top in its line. Stan Cartmell and Billy Chippendale,. the boys who have done their bit, will complete the variety portion of the programme. The pictures include General Allenby's Entry into j eru- salem," The Secret of the Sub- marine," and Baby Osborne, in the latest Pathe production, Twin Rays of Sunshine. Buy War Bonds to-day, Friday and Saturday. Barry must not fall be- j hind ony town. -¥